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>> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news at 7. >> good morning and thanks for joining us. so and i'm james fletcher 07:00am is the time as we're waking up this morning to pleasant conditions for now. but the sun is up. and so the warming is beginning. we'll start to bake kind of like we're done oven. and what's the peak of the heat wave which day will it be, erica, it's going to be tomorrow. so today, though, we will see more triple >> even warmer temperatures out in the south bay. but if you live along the coast for really not going to see too much of a change in terms of those temperatures. but comparing our numbers from 24 hours ago. you can see here
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fairfield 14 degrees. warmer hayward also seeing temperature changes in livermore, 16 degrees higher versus yesterday around 7 o'clock in the morning. there you see half moon bay is actually a couple degrees lower out there. they do have some clouds keeping them cool. we're currently at 53 out in pacifica, 63 in alameda right now. 67 in pittsburgh, 71 in fairfield and upper 50's right now in nevada. so we are under that excessive heat warning starting at noon today that will last until sunday for all the areas there. that's under the pink color. and that also extends past the bay area in case you happen to be traveling all talk more about that coming up later on. but for now, let's check in on our roads it's actually looking excellent right now. if you're heading into san francisco. i mean, this time yesterday we more cars approaching the tolls and it was moving a
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little slow. but as you can see, looks great. right now. 13 minutes from the maze to fremont street and out on westbound 80 from. crack it to the maze at 16 other drive times around the bay here. 6.80 from dublin to fremont, 13 minutes, 8.80, from san leandro to milpitas a drive time of 23 minutes right now. >> back to you. james and area. >> thanks a lot. let's get back to our team coverage. then of the heat. the excessive heat your covers. most of the bay area. yeah. there's a warning out for to and also a power alert because the worry is that everybody can be cranking sees later today. and we may very well over tax the power grid. and that just would spell disaster. all right. let's see if it's hot enough for camila barco. yet. >> she's in contra, costa county isu took off the jacket. finally, good morning. it could be a la. >> is off. i'm not saying it's super-hot, but i mean, it's
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it's okay for me not to wear a jacket at this point. i'm ready for that excessive heat warning. it's coming at noon. but if you're stepping out the door today where some like clothing and take a water bottle with you, but also remember to conserve energy tonight the these hot temperatures they can have an effect on the state's electric grid. the california independent system operator is asking people to conserve energy later tonight. that's why they have are issuing sees me a power alert from for this after this afternoon to 9 at night, 9 at night and here are some ways you can conserve power. >> set your thermostat to 78 degrees or higher avoid using major appliances like your washing machines turn off any unnecessary lights use fans instead of air conditioning at unplug. any equipment. you're using. but take a look at this map. it excessive heat warning is for several bay area cities, much of the east bay is under that excessive heat warning and those include places like livermore. and here in concord. these are the places that are likely to see
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temperatures soar in the triple digits. now that heat wave begins today and last through the weekend, these hot temperatures can cause some heat related illnesses. so the national weather service advises people to stay in air-conditioned areas. if you can. i recommend you do your outdoor activities early in the morning or the late evening and walk your dogs before that evening gets too hot. i spoke to one man and his dog are avoiding the hot temperatures, the concord resident tells me he plans to go swimming. i get underneath the couch and put the ac on you know, i just want to stay out of side for he does the same thing idea. you know, he gets right in front of a fan. >> now unlike 2 men here in concord will be outside during this heat wave. they are actually here in the park behind me. and coming up in the next hour. they're telling
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me how they're bracing for the top temperatures while also setting a world record. james. i'll have that for you in the next hour. ok, we'll see you then. thank you, camila. and we're going to continue to track the heat right here on kron 4 on the morning news, of course, but also. >> you can download our app. just go to a qr code will take you where you need to go. that's the easiest thing. the kron 4 weather app is a great way. >> to keep posted and keep the rest of how hot it's going to be these kind of things change. sometimes they down a bit. and then when they set up cooling centers to. yeah. we'll be there for you. >> now to some breaking news that we've been following overnight. we know there was at 6 point. oh, earthquake up in the sierra right along the california nevada border. but since then we've had dozens of aftershocks and pretty big when you look at the quakes overall, take a look at the area that they hit in the last 24 hours in the red dots. the most recent and the bigger dot. >> the biggest, the dot, the the bigger the magnitude. yeah. so you can see there were several pretty good sized ones. first of all, the 6
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point oh, hit at 4 yesterday afternoon and that's considered pretty and then the biggest aftershock was a 4 hour, which is nothing to sneeze at an kron four's. taylor secchia actually spoke with the usgs about these earthquakes. take a listen. an earthquake now upgraded to magnitude 6.0. >> rattled. the bay area in northern california on thursday at about local time this afternoon a 5.9 earthquake occurred in antelope valley in eastern california, near the california-nevada border. >> the maximum felt shaking that's been reported so far to the usgs was moderate to strong. that's enough to knock things over really give you a rattle here near the epicenter of the earthquake in divers along. i 3.95 sauder cheek from the mountainous which eventually led to boaters scattered across the interstate. >> austin elliott with usgs says more aftershocks are common been about.
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>> 4040, or more aftershocks. so far smaller ones than the main event. the largest one so far was a magnitude 4.5 here in the bay area. >> many of you took to twitter letting us know where you felt the shakes everywhere from san jose to brentwood san francisco vacaville and many places in between meanwhile, those who may be vacationing in lake tahoe, probably felt a more powerful shake from here for the poor shop here in tahoe city right by staybridge right on the lake. >> when it came through was kind of areas. we have southwest winds about 15 to 20 miles an hour right now. blowing there was in the area kind of calm and then it was more of a meandering shake. not violent. the entire building here shook from side to side for one to 2 seconds. there was a pause and then it shook again while this is the largest earthquake to hit the region since 1994. >> usgs says it's not uncommon the earthquake is the result of normal pretty well.
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understood unexpected mechanism for an earthquake at the eastern boundary of the sierra nevada mountains until of a second reporting kron 4 news. that storm comes as the california geological survey issued a new tsunami hazard maps. >> and san francisco, santa clara and contra costa counties. so take a look at the yellow represents the hazard areas and the green. that's the area that's outside. the has are the most significant increase in the hazard area is low elevation land in san francisco's north beach and then downtown market street. also residential commercial areas around the port of richmond. these new maps are going to help agencies and local governments better prepare for potential tsunamis. and then we've got the drought. governor newsome urging californians to cut back on water usage. the as you can see are so low. and the governor is saying that we all need to cut back byatt
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list at least 15%. he says we should be doing things like taking shorter showers, not watering a lawn is very much less laundry. not here. >> as nanny state and not try to hear oppressive again, these are voluntary, the sober reality as such that. here we are again and we will need to with the lessons learned from the last drought. >> 50 of california's 58 counties are now under a drought emergency and the latest map shows the bay area, all of us were either in extreme or exceptional drought conditions. so we're all in this together. anything you can do to help is good. i checked feel like the state's fall apart, right. right. about wildfire little. so going here, you know, just first that all yeah. north bay east bay look like they're getting hit really hard by this drought. >> and in the east bay, the contra costa water district is now asking customers to cut their water use by 10%. >> contra costa county is
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classified, as you saw in that map as under exceptional drought conditions. now the county's primary source of water comes from the delta which is fed by rivers that come down from the sierra. it's the snow belt. but this year most of the water from that snow belt as the snow melts already been absorbed by the dry ground and that has prompted the district's board of directors. now to declare a stage one water shortage and they have these tips on how you might be able to help conserve water. >> add molt into or our gardens or into or any landscape, though, have outside of mult is a great way to retain moisture within the soil. and so you don't have to water as often and then indoors. people can take a look at that and have your fixtures tech and make sure that you don't have a leak in a toilet or in a fossett little little things like that. save a lot of water. >> in addition to the voluntary water conservation tactics. the water district does also plan to use water from the los vaqueros reservoir to help meet some
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customer needs that reservoir right now is about 77% of capacity. we'll take a break. 7.10 is the time. but still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news, a concerning rise in covid cases in the east bay has health officials. >> working even harder now to get more people vaccinated. we'll talk more about that and business is down 4 hotels across san francisco. what hotel managers say is to blame for that steep decline. and here's another look at the temperatures this afternoon. just another reminder to protect yourself if you're going to be outside. we are looking for 90's and 100's today.
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>> 7.13, is the time right now and. >> you'll see us here okay. the days getting going here it is getting going and we're going to start heating up pretty soon. when we see the temperatures really get into that uncomfortable area well saturday tomorrow. supposed to be the hottest of the week. but even today it's going to be above normal for our daytime highs. if you live inland as well as in our south bay under north bay, area's. >> but it is friday in case you happen to be traveling hitting the say are headed out to lake tahoe here. we've a camera showing the blue skies out in that it's looking great dry, though, and warm
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temperatures also going to be a little above normal. however, if you're headed to fresno that's also going to be hot one. '09, today and sacramento one. '07. so we're seeing that extreme heat not just here in the bay area. but all throughout california, this weekend. in fact, here's a look at our national temperatures. we actually have high pressure building in the southwest. that's why we're seeing of hot temperatures. you can see the pink that's what you can expect if you're traveling in that that that region this weekend. tomorrow is going to be here in san francisco, though, much cooler 70's today along the coast. as i mentioned, not really going to see too much of a change 65 in half moon bay actually looks like it's a little cooler. we're seeing more clouds out there. but on the peninsula mostly sunny skies right now. 89 and saying carlos 92 in woodside right
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now. but south bay can numbers a little higher than yesterday in the mid-nineties there in morgan hill. los gatos 96 union city mid 80's 84 in hayward, triple digits, though, and pleasanton livermore. well above the normal of 88 there for this time of year. dublin's also going to be hot 96 concord triple digits as well as danville. san ramon 96 walnut creek almost at the triple digits. we could possibly hit that today. vacaville also another hot spot on the map. so be careful if you're going to be outdoors, stay hydrated and wear your sunscreen to are looking at 90's up there in napa. 91 in santa rosa and 90 degrees for a daytime high in petaluma. valley, though, looking like it's going to be in the 80's and even cooler around point raise their to 76 degrees today. let's check in on our roads now get a look at traffic. i did pick up this a
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traffic collision up in solano county. this is dixon on interstate 80 heading westbound. you can see the red there. that is some a heavy traffic piling up. i'm trying to get more information on this incident that happened. so with us. i'll have more on the traffic segment as for here in the golden gate bridge looking beautiful and traffic is looking great, too. it's gone by fast. no issues, no major hot spots or collisions. there. san mateo bridge as well. we're seeing more people out in the out and about this morning. more cars out on the road. but drive times looking good right now. westbound twenty-four's just 12 minutes from walnut creek to 5.80. and here's a look. another drive times around the bay interstate 80 from san leandro to milpitas just a 23 minute drive time james and darya. back to you. thanks, erica. 7.17 and for your money this
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morning. pfizer says they're developing a covid booster shot. >> to target the delta variant and. >> wells fargo is apparently closing all personal lines of credit. jane king is live in new york with those stories and more. jane, good morning. >> hi, daria. yeah. good morning. i kind of surprising announcement from wells fargo. they're shutting down the existing personal lines of credit and just getting out of that tonsumer lending product entirely. so this would give people personal loan. 3,000, sometimes up to a $100,000. a lot of people use them to pay down higher interest, credit cards for for home renovation projects. now customers have been given a 60 day. notice that those accounts will be cheddar pfizer and biontech announced they're developing a covid-19 booster shot that is targeting the delta variant clinical studies could begin as early as august executives from pfizer and biontech have repeatedly said the people will likely need a booster shot or 3rd dose within 12 months getting fully vaccinated and microsoft giving employees a $1500
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pandemic. bonus. the verge reports that the software giant says this one time bonus is in recognition of the unique and challenging and difficult year that many of the employees as well as the company just completed. what changes taking to social media to help fill positions to poli announced it will utilize the tiktok resume platform to find new employees to take recently announced the launch of this new career oriented platform that allows employers to accept video resumes from potential employees. live from new york. i'm jane king. back to area. jamil, talk to later. >> 7.19 is the time the san francisco hotel market is to put it bluntly in the depression. hotel rates are dropping here. more sharply than anywhere else in the country, at least according to some new reports, kron four's maureen kelly takes a closer look at that and explains what's driving this decline. >> this one of our premier queen queen loves john handler is family has been in the
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hotel business for generations. he seen a steep drop in the number of guests checking in due to the pandemic and the amount of money he can charge per night back in 2019, the average room rate here. the handler union square hotel was $255 a night now it's a $135 a night. the occupancy rate has also dropped a dramatic 60%, but i don't think i'm the only one who's in that same situation. a new report out from the american hotel and lodging association says the san francisco hotel market is in a state of depression with its revenue per available room down 70% from may of 2019 to may of this year. whereas the u.s. hotel market overall is considered in a recession being down 22%. as to what's driving the city's deeper decline. we're very convention and meeting city. >> and so because all the conventions and meetings have been canceled for all of 21. that takes a huge. leg of the
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stool. if you want to call that the other major market is the international visitors tourists and they're not to the states, let alone california. so now you've lost 2 lakes on a three-legged stool. the domestic traveler looking to get away is the last leg. they are relying on. but handler e says even that business is being hurt by viral videos like this one. depicting crime out of control. >> in san francisco. i've been here for 40 years working for our company. and that's the worst i've ever seen it. the tourism industry is the number one. >> business generator for the city. nothing seems to be getting done. >> he's expecting more people. checking in as conventions come back and international travelers return. but he doesn't expect to see business bouncing back until somewhere around 2023 maureen kelly kron 4 news. >> and as we go here at 7.21, a quick look once again at the
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temperatures we're expecting this afternoon. one oh, one in livermore, a 100 in concord and a whole host of other neighborhoods. it will be just about that hot. we're at the beginning of the heat wave will be right back.
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>> 7.24 and national news. president biden announced the u.s. military mission in afghanistan is coming to an end. august 31st follows 20 years of conflict. the
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pentagon says the troop withdrawal process is now 90% complete. our dc correspondent anna wiernicki has the latest. >> good morning. president biden says he made the decision to withdraw american troops from afghanistan earlier than he initially said because he says it's safer and he says it's time. >> a military mission in afghanistan will conclude. >> on august 31st. president biden moved up the deadline to move american troops out of afghanistan i believe that this is the right decision. and quite frankly, overdue. the president said the 20 year were clean. more than 2500 american mites wounded more than 20,000 and cost about 1 trillion dollars. he is not going to ask another generation of kids to go and serve in afghanistan in a war that he does not feel can be won militarily. the whole thing needs to be reevaluated. but pennsylvania republican congressman dan mueser says leaving comes with risks as taliban advances in the country. we must secure their
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safety. >> before entire pull out takes place but administration needs to rethink this. president biden says now it's up to afghanistan to protect itself. i trust the know. >> but i trust the capacity of the afghan military. >> who is better trained better equipped. >> president biden made it very clear that the end goal was never to unify afghanistan. he says the u.s. did what it set out to do, which was to hunt down osama on in and prevent new attacks after 9.11 in washington. i'm anna wiernicki. back to you. >> thank you, anna. 7.26 the time. still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news that delta variant of covid is causing a rise in cases. we'll tell you what new data is showing about how effective the vaccine is against that variant and again, you got to be careful this afternoon. today. we're going to get into the upper 90's to low 100's for a number of inland communities and even our patients site communities are going to be comfortably warm for especially we don't have ac. we prepare. we'll be right back.
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experience in the early morning. yeah. but later today, yeah, it will be classified as extreme heat but not. >> now, san francisco could be a good spot to go. is that right. yeah. you're right about that. we're expected to be 70's today cross san francisco. and we're going to see less gray compared to yesterday along the coast, you will see a little bit of those clouds. but temperatures won't really be too much different compared to yesterday where we're really going to see the changes for inland areas. the south bay and they're in the north bay. this is our temperature change from the last 24 hours. notice livermore. we're 16 degrees warmer. then yesterday at 7.30 this time and fairfield. also a much warmer currently. we are at 63 in palo alto 68 in dublin. 71 in fairfield right now. san francisco's currently 57 degrees as well as santa rosa and 61 and nevado. so all that pink that we see on our map. that's the places that will be under that excessive
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heat warning. that will begin at noon and last through sunday. so it's going to be sizzlin. remember to stay hydrated we're going to be outdoors. have your sunscreen on your sunglasses. i want to transition over to traffic now, later on all. we'll have our 7 day extended forecast. here's a look at our camera heading into san francisco right before the tolls. you can see not too many cars on the road compared to this time yesterday when it was a slow moving as you are heading over the bridge right before the tolls yesterday. quick tribe. i don't see any issues. anywhere. as for other bridges, looking good as well. >> and the east bay 5.80, looking smooth on west bound, 5.80, from castro valley in the maze. just 14 minutes. >> i've been keeping my eye on traffic accident that happened up in looks like it's starting to get a little better earlier, but we did have a land that was blocked because
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of a traffic collision that happened this morning. as for other drive times around the bay. here's a look at those numbers. 17 from santa cruz to los gatos 22 minutes dublin to fremont on 6.80. >> just a 40 minute drive time. james and darya. back to you. >> thanks a lot. 7.31 a big story covid-19 cases in some bay area counties are on the rise again. yeah. unfortunately, health officials are blaming the surge on the rapid spread of the delta variant that we've been talking about. it is the most honest rain here in california right now. largely impacting people who are unvaccinated. meantime, there's a new study on the effectiveness of vaccines. and there's some promising news. if you're fully vaccinated kron four's. dan kerman has a look. new research about the effectiveness of covid-19 vaccines against the delta variant. >> has good news for the fully vaccinated. 2 doses of vaccine are. >> highly effective and very safe. but the pastor institute study reported in the journal nature.
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>> had a warning for those who have only received one dose of the two-dose pfizer vaccine. >> if you only one of the 2 jabs. you're maybe a little bit better off than the person who has any vaccine but not much. >> and that means the race against time to get people fully vaccinated is now more important than ever. the more people that are not fully vaccinated in your community. >> the more likely you are to be exposed. >> an infectious disease. experts say if individuals won't get fully vaccinated to protect themselves. they should do it to protect others. >> if you're not fully vaccinated or for not tax it all. not only are you putting yourself at risk, but you're going to become a factory to produce very more variants in those variants that are going to be produced are going to be we're going to see a fall just like we've seen from the wuhan straight into the office training. now to the delta stream. we've seen slow evolution towards being a little less responsive to our vaccines. and if we continue
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to see this evolution. ultimately there's going to be a variant that's going to escape or vaccines. we can avoid that. it's important to note the new study did not look at the effectiveness of the moderna vaccine or the johnson and johnson vaccine. >> in san francisco. dan kerman kron 4 news. >> in the east bay alameda county has seen an increase in covid cases that could exceed the spring wave that we saw earlier this year, the county health department says the latest cases are likely because of everybody moving around now with reopenings and without masks for large part health officer nicholas moss believes also the delta variant is having an impact. and while some mild cases have been reported among vaccinated residents. that's not likely. and mostly the case. it's mostly the unvaccinated who are getting the delta variant. >> the vast majority of these cases are in it. vaccinated.
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people and the communities where we see the lowest vaccination rates. so we have seen some increases our hospitalizations. we got down to level. so we really had seen at any point in the pandemic in early but but we're up again from there. >> health officials urge you to get vaccinated and they urge you to wear a mask if you haven't got your shots indoors and outside, they say because you're completely unprotected. that mask is the only thing keeping covid away from you. happening today east palo alto is holding an event to try to get more young people to get their covid shots and you know, the kids, they like parties. they like free food. so that's what they're doing. there's an event at the epa center on 1950, they rode from 4 to 7. they're going to vaccines to anybody. 12 and older. and after you get your shot, you get to listen to music. they're fun activities. food, even win prizes and is the first public event at the epa center's new outdoor amphitheater, which was just recently renovated.
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>> well, 5 police officers have filed a lawsuit against the city of palo alto for allowing the creation of a black lives matter mural which contained what they described as anti police imagery. the mural was painted last june in the street across from city hall after the murder of george floyd now, the lawsuit claims that one of the murals depicted asada should core. it was a former member of the black liberation army who was convicted back in 1973 of killing a new jersey state trooper. when asked for comment city attorney molly stop said the city has not yet been served with that lawsuit. so could not provide a statement yet. in the south bay to be tia has developed a plan to resume light rail service by the end of the month. there will be a training period involved and a soft opening before actual work assignments resume light rail system is expansive it's serious spans more than 40 miles in the south bay from san jose to mountain view. and again word that it will resume service. the end of the month comes more than a month after 9 people were killed in a
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shooting at the vta railyard. >> it's 7.36 in the north bay. there's a new shuttle to make it easier for you to visit the russian river. it's the sonoma county regional parks river shuttle. and take you from santa rosa to the russian river and it all starts this weekend. the shuttle's depart from tom shop linfield and they take the passengers to steelhead peach beach, regional park or you go to sunset beach. riverpark inn for us. bill, the tickets are 5 bucks and it's round trip and the buses run every 30 minutes between 10:00am and 06:00pm. so that will make it a lot easier for you to enjoy the river. a new survey from you see san diego reveals that californians are not leaving the state as we had earlier, sought or at least it's not as prevalent. the flight out in the survey 23% of california voters said that they were, quote, seriously considering leaving the state. that's
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lower, then what a u c berkeley study found a 2019 while data showed no evidence of a mass exodus. there was a trend of people leaving san francisco, particularly. but even those people largely just moved to other parts of california not out of the state. most of the participants in the survey said they still believe in the california dream. >> still ahead on the kron 00:00am morning news marvel back on the big screen with the release of black widow will have a preview of that. >> and other movies just ahead. and we're also looking for things to do to get out of the heat may be going to a movie might be one of them. again, we're looking for 90's again, we're looking for 90's to again, we're looking for 90's to all of this started when we discovered the benefits of local, raw honey for our family. and then we said "hey, you know what? this is a business right here." we went out and started to sell it. to help us get going, we got the chase business complete banking ℠ account. it's more than a bank account. it comes with quickaccept,
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>> 7.41 in the national news. the death toll in the condo collapse in surfside, florida has now gone up to 64 as authorities and you probably know switch to a recovery mission after. their search and rescue efforts did not turn up any more survivors there are still 76 people on accounted for. >> we are all still praying for a miracle. we haven't given up all hope. thank you for continuing to pray for all families. >> search and recovery teams pausing their to honor the victims. and the mayor says discussions have started about what to do with the site once all of that mountain of debris
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has been removed. a lot of people think there should be a memorial for the victims is now one of the deadliest mass casualty building collapses in u.s. history. >> we'll take a break. it is 7.41. >> and still ahead, more coverage on the hot weather that we have on tap for this weekend. here's a glimpse of what expect this afternoon with a 100 in concord 100. one in livermore and it's supposed to get even hotter tomorrow. we'll be right back.
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>> 7.44 right now. and it's going to be a hot one. absolutely. and this afternoon is when it really kicks in apparently got eric and the weather center talking about that and then the continued warm up through the weekend eric and i are right about that. if you think today's going to be hot. well, tomorrow is going to be civil and in the afternoon. >> temperatures well above normal these next couple of days as high pressure is building over the southwest also giving us those dry conditions right now outside along the peninsula looking beautiful. we're seeing clear blue skies there overlooking the san francisco international airport right now. looks like our winds are very light will be a little breezy come this afternoon, though, and check this out. here's our normal high temperatures around the bay area for this time of year. san jose's, usually in the lower 80's livermore 88 degrees santa rosa mid 80's. but you'll see what their
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daytime highs numbers. much higher. san francisco expect to be in the 70's today along the coast here. we're looking at 60's 65 in half moon bay warmer here in the peninsula, though, 81 in millbrae mid 80's and burlingame and foster city palo alto 87 for daytime high temperature today and the south bay. you'll notice those numbers also up compared to yesterday, mid 90's now in morgan hill as well as los gatos air 96 fremont tnion city. hey, we're looking at 80's today. triple digits, though, in pleasanton and livermore looking at mid 90's hot day stay hydrated. put your sun screen on. if you're going to be outdoors, we're clear we're looking at 70's today. triple digits in concord as well as pittsburgh vacaville. another hot spot there at a 105 degrees for daytime highs up here in sonoma and napa. we're looking at 90's today and 91 up in
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santa rosa. so here's our newark. how honda 7 day extended forecast. notice tomorrow. those temperatures even hotter. so again, just keep your eye on your children and your pets. the sidewalks are going to be hot coming afternoon. hours, probably want to do that in the morning. if you're walking their dogs and now let's transition over to traffic and look at the rose very see more cars out and about as you're heading over to one. oh one here taking the richmond. sandra fell bridge moving a little slow. but once you get past the tolls, it's smooth in both directions. i'm not picking up any major traffic collisions. also on the golden gate bridge. no lanes blocked or anything looks like it's going fast. there. just 20 minutes out to the tools. if you're in the east bay here. 8 80's looking pretty good in both directions. if you're headed southbound from oakland to highway 2.38 it's about a 10 minute drive time south bay
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here. looking good 13 minutes. we are seeing some yellow and orange there. that's just because we have more people out on the roads right now. 13 minutes san jose to cupertino and on 5.80 castro valley to the maze. just a 14 minute drive time. if you're taking 2.37 from milpitas to sunnyvale. expect around 7 minutes. james and darya. back to you. >> thanks a lot. some 48 and if you want to avoid the heat. this weekend. there are some big movies. what is something is its opening. marvel's long-awaited release of. blackwood long-awaited ally who james delayed for by marvel fans by the whole world gives us a preview. let's look. >> was an inventor. i mean, the stakes. comic book fans were no strangers to the black
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widow when scarlet johansen brought her to life in 2000 ten's iron man, 2, she's since been done. 7 marvel extravaganzas and now continues the quality and excitement that we've come to expect in her own movie. black widow. it all follows the events of captain america civil war. so it'll help but is not as central to have some mcu knowledge going into the movie. she's alone and on the run both from the notoriety of becoming an avenger, but also from her own past young girl being raised by an army of female super assassin run by a powerful. so be a bad guy. there's plenty of back story. that's explaining the though. it's not quite a prequel as well as incredible nonstop globe. trotting action and adventure. that's completely exciting and setting up obvious future installments. and as is the marvel tradition along with a solid story. there's plenty of smart humor to go with the action and it's always great moral to take home this one about the importance of family. there's
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also the tradition of staying for the extra scene after the credits. this one will tell you a lot for what will follow this dean's list a theaters and also on disney. plus premier access know if you watch the original gossip girl, you might want to check out the rebooted version of this now on hbo. max, that follows a new set of upper east side students with similar scenarios as the original only more diverse still seen through the eyes of an anonymous blogger. the new gossip girl feels much like the old one only with a fresh coat of paint. the 1st half of the 12 episode season is streaming. now second happens coming in the fall is last to wear asked are going to find a couple 100 more funny monsters. also in the everything old is new again. department is monsters at work. >> a new series that picks up where the original monsters inc movie left off. billy crystal and john goodman of return to their previous voice roles as mike and sully.
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they're joined by mindy kaling, henry winkler and superstores ben feldman. see it on disney. plus, oh, and one more sequel. this one of ar street. part 2 1978. it's the second installment in the summer horror trilogy based on the rl stine novels. this one set during an annual competition between rival summer camps. the blood iif and is flowing on netflix only women to get the love of my life back and believe it or not, it was 20 years ago this week that the world was introduced to the l a sorority girl elle woods who decides to get back at her boyfriend who dumped her 4 nothing smart enough. >> by enrolling in harvard law school relive legally blonde on multiple platforms including netflix and amazon prime video. hope you have a great weekend in chicago. i'm dean richards. wow. >> you're so excited. i heard nothing passed like with like how long have you had the tickets. >> well, since the first came
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on sale. so it was only a month and a half ago. something like that. yeah. right. and you've been waiting 2 years you gave it an a to high. but you're really pumping up your expectations so. >> it better be good. i'll have a full review on monday and you know, well, she can use is going. so hot this weekend you could go twice. would you do that like i saturday and sunday is going to be really hot. you could go again and again that idea. 52 is the time and let's talk about that. he hears some of the high temperatures of pick out your neighborhood. i see yeah. you see it. you are you going to get some of that one o one right
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>> 7.55. is the time. let's talk area baseball real quick. the a's avoided getting swept by the astros in houston. so thank goodness for that. let's go to the highlights yesterday. first inning we go jed lowry at the plate. here is grounding that ball right up the middle it's getting now is good for a base hit and that allowed matt olson to come around 30's head for home and extend the a's lead pitcher frankie montas also had a great day on the mound to only giving up one run in 7 innings worth of work. he struck out 10 batters. he was on fire the a's win by final
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an impressive score because it was low but still a win is a win. 2 to one was the final. the a's will stay in texas to face the rangers today with first pitch at 5. '05. meantime, the giants will be back in action tonight at oracle park hosting the nationals first pitch there is at 6.45. >> the scripps national spelling be crowned its first african-american winner in the competition's 96 year history and here is the winning work. you a >> that and she is literally jumping for joy. yes, a lot of on guard is 14 years old. she's from harvey, louisiana out of my and it's like a parade with you know, you got confetti so that word in case you don't know if james marais a teacher. all right. so don't
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know that. well, you know, it's funny because another plan actually gave her a little bit of trouble that you got it was no pizza, which is a kind of plan. i don't know where that one is from. but she sure was happy to favorite part of the so exciting for after all the hard work they go through. i don't know if you've ever seen how the kids trained for this it is a whole. what was it on? i i platforms there's a documentary. yeah. and it's called the spelling bee or something and it goes through what how that they train and what it means to their lives and how they give up their lives for spelling and where they get with it. you you get a great mom was a killer. the b the movie had laurence fishburne and at 2 oh, yeah. testimony recommend that stay inside. watch out this weekend. stay out of the heat. all right. coming up in the next hour, the kron 00:00am morning news. >> we're bracing for the 8. here's
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but that's not all you'll find here. there are hundreds of good-paying jobs, with most new workers hired from bayview-hunter's point. we don't just work at recology, we own it, creating opportunity and a better planet. now, that's making a difference. >> from the area's local news station. you're watching the kron 00:00am morning news. >> good morning and thanks for joining us on a friday which is great and it's nice and clear and sunny, which is great and then too much of a good thing becomes not so great. yes, that's how that goes. kind of what we're going to get here over the next handful of days daryn full. so i'm james fletcher here with you this morning. >> eric also standing by. the weather center to really walk us through how these temperatures are going to climb. yeah. in the days to me


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